America - incas, maya and aztecs
Statues and wall hangings inspired by the ancient Incas, Maya and Aztecs. The material is usually resin with a cement binder.
Cultural developments took place in the Americas in two distinct geographical areas: Mesoamerica (Olmec and Toltec monuments and reliefs) and Peru (usually smaller works with highly advanced craftsmanship). The first material used was stone, then metal and terracotta came into used. Motifs were usually representations of real people and of their Gods, animals, etc. Besides sculptures we also frequently find masks and ritual objects, and there is the legendary calendar carved into basalt that still impresses us today with its accuracy.